Land Rover and Harry Meade help out in Hampshire

Windmill Boldre RDA group in Hampshire is celebrating the arrival of a specially made mounting block, designed and built by Land Rover apprentices. To mark the successful delivery and first use of the block, Land Rover Ambassador Harry Meade joined the team of apprentices and other representatives from Land Rover in a very special afternoon for the RDA group’s riders and volunteers.

The mounting block project was a joint initiative between Land Rover and Remap, a charity which custom-makes equipment for disabled people.

Eventing star, Harry Meade spent over an hour talking to riders and volunteers, and even helped to get the group’s ponies used to the new block. He met rider Keeley, who was the catalyst for the project, needing a taller block than the group’s existing one in order to continue her riding.



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